Ghost Recon Project Over: first details

The long-awaited return of the Ghost Recon saga is generating great expectation among video game fans. Ubisoft has confirmed that it is working on the new title in the series, which has been tentatively dubbed Project Over.

According to reports from reliable sources at the Insider Gaming portal , Ghost Recon Project Over is expected to be released between 2025 and 2026. This new game will once again adopt the first-person perspective and will focus on the squad-based tactical shooter genre, taking as its main source of inspiration the acclaimed Call of Duty saga, especially the Modern Warfare title.

One of the most prominent and controversial aspects revealed by sources is a situation in which the player will be faced with the decision of whether or not to shoot a man who appears to be holding a child, but could be a bomb. This dynamic promises to add a unique emotional intensity to the game.

The plot of Ghost Recon Project Over will unfold during a fictional war in the southeastern nation of Naiman. Where war crimes have claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. Players will have to infiltrate this conflict zone to carry out secret missions and unravel a web of treachery.

On the technical side, it has been revealed that the game features notable graphical improvements compared to its predecessor, Ghost Recon Breakpoint. According to Insider Gaming, Project Over’s graphics will be on par with those of the Ready or Not game, promising an impressive visual experience for gamers.